LNNano - Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory

Partnerships and funding

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Brazilian partners

Prof. Watson Loh- University of Campinas

Prof. Nelson Duran- University of Campinas

Prof. Celso Aparecido Bertran- University of Campinas

Prof. Liliane Maria Ferrareso Lona – University of Campinas

Prof. Camila Alves de Rezende – University of Campinas

Prof. Amedea Seabra- Federal University of ABC

Prof. Mariana Motisuke – Federal University of São Paulo

Prof. Ticiane Valera – Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering of the University of São Paulo

Prof. Eliandra de Sousa Trichês – Federal University of São Paulo

Prof. Camila Marchetti Maroneze – Mackgraphe – Mackenzie Presbyterian University

Dr. Henrique Coutinho Junqueira Franco – Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory

 

International partners

Prof. Guangjun Nie – National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, NCNST, China.

Prof. Chunying Chen – National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, NCNST, China.

Dr. Guilin Yin – National Engineering Research Center for Nanotechnology, NERCN, China.

Dr. Martin Meiller – Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany.

Prof. Mirella Di Lorenzo – University of Bath, United Kingdom.

Prof. Janet L. Scott – University of Bath, United Kingdom.

Dr. Eduardo Ruiz Hitzky. Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC, Spain.

Dr. Margarita Darder. Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC, Spain.

Dr. Bert Volkert. Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP), Germany.

Dr. Ram Sharma. University of Bath. United Kingdom.

Prof. Michael Tam, Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology, Canada.

Prof. Aji Mathew, Stockholm University, Sweden.

 

Financial support to LMN is provided by the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication of the Brazilian Government (MCTIC), the Brazilian Nanotechnology Network (SiSNano) and by the Brazil-China Center for Research and Innovation in Nanotechnology (CBC-Nano).

The LMN in-house research and student’s fellowships are supported by Brazilian funding agencies, such as the Brazilian National Research Council (CNPq), São Paulo State Foundation for Science and Technology (FAPESP) and Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES).

  1. Cellulose nanoparticles as rheology modifiers for complex fluids- FAPESP Regular Line
  2. Nanostructured fertilizers prepared from biochar for enhancement of water and nutrients retention – CNPq Universal 2016
  3. Cellulose dissolution in different alkaline solvents- CNPq Universal 2014.
  4. Biocarb – Effluents decontamination using nanostructured activated carbons produced from biomass – CNPq CBC-Nano
  5. Biosafety – Toxicity evaluation of nanostructured activated carbono: characterization of the nano-bio interface and impacts of the interaction with enviromental polutants – CNPq CBC-Nano

Industrial projects are funded by Brazilian Agency for Industrial Research and Innovation (EMBRAPII), Brazilian Technology System (SIBRATEC) and São Paulo State Foundation for Science and Technology (FAPESP).